What happens when an up-and-coming European bioscientist flips from Darwin disciple to Darwin defector, builds a highly successful scientific career, and then writes a book about it?
Consider an analogy. Imagine you have gone to visit the circular pattern of great stones on the Salisbury Plain in England known as Stonehenge.
“What happens when an up-and-coming European bioscientist flips from Darwin disciple to Darwin defector?”
It includes a comprehensive scientific critique of Darwinian evolution, three chapters arguing against common descent, and four chapters about human origins.
It’s a MONSTER because it’s 1007 pages, which means you’ll probably still be reading it when the Chicago Cubs are in the World Series again.